Vote for Triumph in Newsweek’s Mad Men Retro Issue

| 3/20/2012 10:49:43 AM

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Triumph Motorcycle's retro-themed ad running in Newsweek's Mad Men themed issue features Steve McQueen.

In a nod to the hit cable series Mad Men, Newsweek has published a special Mad Men themed issue, complete with retro ads reflecting the 1960s lifestyle portrayed in the show. The issue includes retro-themed ads from the likes of Mercedes-Benz, AllState, Dunkin’ Donuts, Estee Lauder, Johnnie Walker and – wait for it – Triumph Motorcycles. Taking the fun one step farther, Newsweek and industry insider Ad Age Media both have online contests for the best ad, giving classic bikes fans a chance to vote for Triumph! 

You can vote at Newsweek's site or Ad Age's. We like Ad Age's because it's easier to monitor the results. Just click here and you’ll go to Ad Age Media’s website. There, you can cast your vote for Triumph ad, which features 1960's Hollywood star Steve McQueen, who was famous for his allegiance to the brand. Once you vote, you’ll be able to see how Triumph is scoring against the 21 other ads in the Ad Age Media contest. Last we checked, Triumph was winning handily, with 18 percent! Vote now and show the world that vintage bike fans really do have influence! Click here to see

Chuck Regnier
3/29/2012 3:26:39 AM

My first Bike was a 1949 Indian Chief. second one was a 1973 Triumph 500 T.T. I ran flat track & scrambles with it.

Lloyd Gloekler
3/23/2012 5:46:02 PM

Boy oh boy is your link going to skew Ad Age's results, how fun. Power to the classics!

Tony Carlos
3/22/2012 8:48:24 PM

But wait, there's a retro Duncan Donuts ad??